Iran said it was “hostile” to Israeli-Palestinian peace talks brokered by the United States, hours before negotiations in Yerushalayim kicked off on Wednesday.
“Iran is hostile to these negotiations and several Palestinian groups are hostile to them,” foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Araqchi told the mediapersons.
“The current context is not suitable for negotiations,” said the spokesman, whose country is a backer of the Hamas terrorists ruling Gaza that slammed the talks as a “national crime.”
“In fact, the Zionist regime is continuing to build new (settlement) housing, which is condemned by the Europeans and the United States, but the Zionist regime does as it wants,” said Araqchi.
“These talks are unbalanced and the rights of the Palestinian people, like the right of return, self-determination and the question of Quds (Jerusalem) are ignored, and for this reason they will give no results,” Araqchi said.
Source: Times of India